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Book Discussion for January
In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin by Erik Larson
Tense, bizarre, this eyewitness look at Hitler's rise to power is mesmerizing! Join the discussion: Wednesday, January 20th @ noon at Holderness Free Library.

Casual Bridge

Join the Casual Bridge group on Wednesday afternoons for a relaxing and social gathering to play Bridge!

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Stitch and Chat!
Join the Friday  knitters at their new time:
every Friday at noon (bring a lunch if you like!) for a companionable time to chat and knit together!

Our Mission: "To create a vibrant place where people can connect"

Join Us For A Special Day!
Saturday, February 6th
Come celebrate at
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Enjoy new books, snacks, puppets, and puzzles.
Take home a bookmark and stickers on this special day!


New Year - New Hours!!!
Beginning on January 2nd...
The Library is going to change Saturday hours beginning on January 2nd. The Library will open at 9 a.m. instead of 8 a.m. and close at 1 p.m. instead of 12 noon. We hope this will help encourage those Saturday morning slower pokes!! Remember 9 to 1 on Saturdays!! Hope to see you then!!

Of Local Interest...
Two new publications
A Narrative Timeline of Railroads in New Hampshire and Related Transportation Events by Malcolm T. Taylor, and Holderness/Center Harbor Perambulation Report September 2012 by Thomas J. Stepp are available at the library. These publications were donated by their respective authors. Holderness/Center Harbor Perambulation Report September 2012 describes the boudary line between these two town lines as it has been "walked" or perabulated by representatives of the  towns of Center Harbor and Holderness. A Narrative Timeline of Railroads in New Hampshire and Related Transportation Events is an engaging history of rail transportation. Both are available for perusal in the library.
Wednesday Book Discussions
Why join a Book Discussion Group?

A Book Discussion Group offers individuals an opportunity to read and share ideas and opinions of books in a friendly, relaxed environment. It encourages participants to read different types of books that they might otherwise overlook, and it gives everyone a chance to enjoy talking about the books that are read.  Please consider joining our group and enjoy the lively exchange of ideas